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Old 04-16-2006, 06:09 PM   #1
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I'm new to the BB scene and really enjoy this forum. I get answers before I even know what questions to ask.
I was wondering if I could use the 7100i as a wireless link for my Tungsten e2.I believe both devices have Bluetooth (new to that also) and thought they could interact. I turned bluetooth on the BB and the PDA but no link. Can it work?
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Old 04-16-2006, 06:18 PM   #2
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Unfortunately you can not use the BT to link the BlackBerry to any other PDA. The only BT uses are wireless headsets, a few BT keyboards, and syncing PIM data with a BT enabled desktop or laptop (under certain circumstances).
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Doesn't the upcoming OS4.1 have some enhanced bluetooth functionality, though?
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Unfortunately you can not use the BT to link the BlackBerry to any other PDA. The only BT uses are wireless headsets, a few BT keyboards, and syncing PIM data with a BT enabled desktop or laptop (under certain circumstances).
I had my BlackBerry 7100t paired up with my Dell Axim X50 last year.
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Beef - 4.1 is out for MOST vendors. It allows you to do PIM syncing with your PC.

Erica - what can you "do" with the paired devices?
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Beef - 4.1 is out for MOST vendors. It allows you to do PIM syncing with your PC.

Erica - what can you "do" with the paired devices?
I have 4.1 with VZW on my 7130e - and it didn't enable that function...
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